14:45 Carlisle Mon 18 June 2018
Foxwedge filly who returned from an 11-month break at Pontefract in April (6f good to soft) to finish a weakening sixth of nine. Should come on for that but plenty more needed to be involved.
Mullionmileanhour filly who has yet to beat a rival home in two starts and has been beaten a long way in both races. Needs much more and handicaps a better option after this.
Well beaten in a couple of bumpers and no better on Flat debut at Southwell. Debut for this yard was a little more encouraging last time but still needs plenty more to be involved.
0/14 so far and it would be a surprise if she could improve that record here. Finished last of 12 here last time and drops back significantly in trip here.
Westlake filly. Second foal. Dam won on the turf and the AW over a range of trips. Tongue-tie added for debut and is likely best watched here.
Down the field at 66/1 on debut at Doncaster on debut and beaten even further here over 7f last time. Needs to do much more and handicaps better option after this.
Mastercraftsman filly. First foal. Dam was unplaced at 6f and is a sister to Group 1 winner Garswood. Likely type on paper and market check very much needed.
Four runs so far have been a bit in and out. Best effort by far over this trip at Ayr (good to firm) last time (behind Boundary lane) and will be in the mix if she can back that up here.
Couldn't make an impact on debut at Doncaster last month when slowly away. Similar story at Ayr last time when well behind Columbia Kid.
Cost 45,000 gns as a yearling but sent off 66/1 on debut and well beaten. Improved on second start at Doncaster and has place claims here if coming on again.
Despite finishing well down the field on her debut she did show some promise despite running very green. More promise in the hood at bath next time and another with the potential to improve.
Plenty of speed in the pedigree and looked in need of the experience when never really involved on debut at Redcar over 7f. Should benefit from that run and market check needed.
Lord Shanakil filly who is a sister to Grand Spirit who won upto 7f. Dam was a maiden but stayed well. Wears a hood on debut here and likely to need this.
Last Year's Winner
Power To Exceed (13/8), Tockholes (9/4), Boundary Lane (7/2), Polyphony (9/2), Columbia Kid (5/1), Treasure Me (14/1), Cale Lane (16/1), Bubbly (16/1), Foxtrix (25/1), Taste Of Paradise (33/1), Nutopia (66/1), Sasheeda (80/1), Trulove (200/1), Princess Apollo (200/1), Angel Eyes (200/1), Afloraldance (200/1), Top Rock Talula (200/1)
- Boundary Lane
- Cale Lane
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